Music is spiritual and sacred. Attending music festivals to a music enthusiast feels like a pious believer going on a pilgrim. All the pyro works, the gathering, and the majestic performance of the musicians and the dancers make the audience experiencing musical trance.
Here is a list of music festivals that can get you a once in lifetime experience. They are all too astonishing to miss.
Tomorrowland holds EDM Festival like no other. Taking place in Boom, Belgium, the festival has been known as the haven for EDM music concert. The weather is always sunny, and the people in the surrounding villages are all supporting the event.
The pop-up fantasy city, Dreamville, is set up at the same time as Tomorrowland festival. You can hang out to eat together with new friends, or just simply patch yourself up after a rough party. Dreamville is like a regular city, only smaller but has all of the fundamentals, such as convenient stores, H&M, and restaurants. The interesting thing is that the organizer is visionary enough, they have invented private currency for Dreamville.
The foods sold in the festival are also extraordinary. They are not cheap junk food, but the exotic and delicious Belgian cuisine. So if you come from the other part of the world, when you visit Tomorrowland, it can satisfy your culinary adventure as well. Moules-Frites and Carbonade Flamande are two national menus widely available in the festival.
Hellfest Open Air
As the name suggests, Hellfest Open Air is a mega rock music festival, which held annually every June in French. It accommodates every sub-genre of rock, from Punk to Extreme Metal. And the band line-ups are all chosen from the big names of the genre, such as Iron Maiden from New Wave British Heavy Metal (NWBHM), Slayer and Judas Priest from Thrash Metal, and Deep Purple from Rock.
Approximately three hundred and fifty thousand people have visited the festival every year. Metalheads from all backgrounds are gathering there, and you will find it easy to socialize and mingle with them at the camp. Hellfest Open Air metalheads are pretty much laid-back people, although their appearance might be frightening.
Fuji Rock takes the top chart of the biggest music festivals in Asia. Based in Japan, the festival has been held since 1997. Musicians from various genres are performing there every last weekend of July every year.
Fuji Rock has seven main stages separated quite far from one and another. But during the walk, you can enjoy the beauty of the natural scenery. Dragondola is also available to ride in the festival. It will give you the experience of watching the concert sites from above.…Read more